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Julian L. André focuses his practice on litigation with a particular emphasis on government prosecutions, enforcement actions and investigations, internal investigations, complex civil litigation and appellate matters. He is an experienced trial attorney and former federal prosecutor. Prior to rejoining McDermott, Julian spent six years as an Assistant US Attorney in Los Angeles. While an AUSA, Julian served in the Major Frauds Section, where he investigated and prosecuted complex financial crimes, including embezzlement, securities fraud, healthcare fraud, bank fraud, education fraud, CARES Act fraud, bankruptcy fraud, import/export crimes, tax crimes and money laundering. Julian also served as the US Attorney’s Office’s Securities Fraud Coordinator and Education Fraud Coordinator.Read Julian André's full bio.
By Justin P. Murphy, Edward Diskant, Sarah Walters, Julian Andre, Paul M. Thompson, Michael Stanek, Ben Curtis and Caitlyn Campbell on Sep 19, 2022
Posted In DOJ Developments
At a September 15, 2022, speech at New York University School of Law, US Deputy Attorney General (Deputy AG) Lisa Monaco announced several new policies intended to further the aggressive stance the US Department of Justice (DOJ) has taken under the Biden administration to corporate criminal enforcement. The DOJ’s landmark new policies are focused on...
DOJ to Devote Substantial Resources to Investigating and Prosecuting Corporate Crime, Emphasizing Importance of Effective Compliance Programs
By Julian Andre, Justin P. Murphy, Sarah Walters, Edward Diskant, Paul M. Thompson and Ben Curtis on Mar 9, 2022
Posted In Cartel Enforcement, DOJ Developments
In March 3, 2022, speeches at the American Bar Association’s Annual National Institute on White Collar Crime (ABA White Collar Institute), US Attorney General (AG) Merrick Garland and US Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division (AAG) Kenneth Polite Jr. addressed the US Department of Justice’s (DOJ) increased commitment to investigating and prosecuting corporate crime....